Anne Frank A little girl that endured so much did indeed change the world. She opened our eyes, and continues to do so for those that read her diary, to the fact that she needed to conceal her identity else be killed by the Nazi's. And eventually she was killed, preventing the world from enjoying… Continue reading “No one has to wait but can start right now to gradually change the world.”
Helen Hayes I take such comfort in Helen's statement. Helen had a career that lasted 80 years. She reminds me of my mother who is still working at the age of 80 herself - makes it very hard for me to ever think of retiring! I love being both a beginner and an expert. Currently,… Continue reading “The expert in anything was once a beginner.”
The house is still. Several moments ago, there was this swirl of activity. Packing the car, looking for any last item, making sure she has her coat. Several moments ago, we were still talking. Several moments ago, I was cooking breakfast. Several moments ago, she was here. And now she is off. And all is… Continue reading She’s Gone Again and I’m Left with Love
"The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best." Epictetus I like to think I am an organized and goal-oriented person... but I'd like you to meet my friend Wina, a woman on my team in China with whom I've been working for years.… Continue reading Do You Have Uplifting People In Your Life?
I'm sorry if you thought my title was in jest - I don't have any Mother-in-Law jokes. I really like my Mother-in-Law -- but I know I am in the minority. And why is that? I am forever perplexed that women don't get along with the most inspirational woman in the life of the man… Continue reading Sunday Inspiration – Thankful for: Mothers-In-Law